I've got a spreadsheet that is being somewhat auto-generated from another program that extracts four different lines of text and puts them into separate cells (Starting at W30, X30, Y30 AND Z30). I believe there are 15 possible combinations. What I would like to end up with is each cell concatenated with " - " separating each one, but ONLY if there is text there to separate.
The function code I have so far gets me very close to what I want, but there are a couple of small issues remaining. See Red Bolded Text. Here's what I've got so far.
I'm getting the generic 1004 error on the Range.FormulaR1C1 line, but I can't seem to see the problem.
Code: Sub UpdateFormulas() Dim stockFund As String For i = 2 To finalRow
The mouse-over on the stockFund variable in that last line shows the correct cell address as the value and I checked the If statement to ensure it actually finds the number. I would guess that it would be a syntax error with that line, but it looks correct to me.
I have a sheet that is going to list usernames in a range of cells (e13:e19). Who gets listed there depends on another condition. So, all the cells could have a name, or only a couple of them could have a name. In another cell I have a formula that is to concatenate the results of who is in e13:e19 range, each name to have a comma between. The problem results when not all of the cells have a name .. the commas still appear ... so results could be ted, mary, bill,,,,bob, jeff ..etc.
I am using the formula below but it still allows the non-needed commas to appear: =MID(IF(ISTEXT(E13),","&E13,"") & IF(ISTEXT(E14),","&E14,"") & IF(ISTEXT(E15),","&E15,"") & IF(ISTEXT(E16),","&E16,"") & IF(ISTEXT(E17),","&E17,"") & IF(ISTEXT(E18),","&E18,"") & IF(ISTEXT(E19),","&E19,""),2,2000)
This is the concatenation macro I have for 2 columns. I want to make this more general in that I would like the program to insert a new column to the right and concatenate the 2 columns based on the current cell the cursor is on and the one adjacent to the left (-1). The loop works fine, the modification I need is for the following three (3) lines.
I have a list of about 1,500 email addresses. To send an email I need to have a comma between each entry. I know I can use the formula =(A1&,",",&A2) to concatenate cells A1 and 2, with a comma between the 2 strings, but is there a formula to automatication do it for A1 - A1500???
Or is there an entirely different approach I should consider?
I need to combine data from two adjacent columns into one in a condensed version of a spreadsheet. As the spreadsheet itself is quite big (over 20,000 rows) I was wondering if there was a quick and efficient way to doing this.
Here is a sample of what I'm working on (I know this would be better off as an image but unfortunately Photobucket is blocked at work):
I'm trying to create a model for woodworking where I can enter fractional wood sizes and have Excel create panel sizes and board lengths for cabinetry. I can easily get the inputs formatted in fractions, but then I'd like to have a concatenation formula that joins two fractions and displays a panel size as a fraction. However, when I try to do this, the concatenation formula changes the fractions to decimals.
Example: cell A1 is 3/4" formatted as fraction. Cell A2 is 1 1/2" formatted as fraction. Let's say I want a to concatenate so that A3 reads
3/4 x 1 1/2
But when I use concatenate (A1," x ",A2) the answer in A3 reads
I have 1 work book with 2 work sheets. I need the data from 1 cell on the first sheet to be merged with a cell on the second sheet, ( I could also do with this having a line being inserted) can this be done in the same cell or does the merge command only work into a new cell?
my problem is that i have a huge number of rows and columns, what i want is to concatenate the data in all the columns to the data in the first one, but separately, this is really complicated, so let us assume that i have the following table
I have approx 1000 rows in my spreadsheet. Each row contains one column which is a number. What I would like to do is list all these numbers side by side with only a comma seperating them. Just say the first 3 rows have the following numbers 10003, 10056, 100039. I would like to get the numbers to appear in one cell like this: 10003,10056,100039.
I receive a report which, amongst the other columns of data, has 7 specific columns with four digit codes on each row. I would like to find a way to concatenate these 7 columns into Column A, inserting a - between each code and adding -uu at the end of the last (7th) code.
I wouldn't be requesting assistance at all with this if the codes were always in the same column. Sometimes, they move 1 or 2 columns left or right depending on the additional (unwanted) data in the columns in-between. The column names, however, never change: Code 1, Code 2, Code 3, Code 4, Code 5, Code 6, Code 7
I was wondering if there was a way to still concatenate these columns into Column A but also take into account that the columns shift...
I have two problems with my PivotTable: 1. My PivotTable consists of a constant number columns and varying number rows, eg.......
The dates (with data) should continue to update as I add new date records to the source datasheet, but they don't. I try the refresh option for the table, but it only updates for the dates that it was designed for. I also have automatic updates set, but so far nothing is working. I have to rebuild the PivotTable each day after I add new data...
2. Second problem are the date labels on the rows. I need to have them include the literal day of the week such as Thursday 01/01/09 Friday 01/02/09
Another less urgent problem that I would like to solve is that I have included additional percent calculations for the total column that I am having to rebuild each time. Can that be included in the PivotTable as well?
I have many workbooks where Cols B and C and G and H all need to be trimmed of extra spaces, then concatenate B and C into Col D with a space between, same for G and H into col I. (If you hadn't guessed, these are first name and last name columns which need to be combined into one name.)
I have been doing this manually, inserting extra columns, copy paste special values, then concatenate, copy paste special values?
I'm looking for a quicker way to take a list of numbers and adding commas, then putting them in the same cell so I can input them into a web database much faster. I can do it long hand by using concatenate first on the list to add commas to each cell, then making another concatenate to put them all in one cell, but doing the latter takes quite a while because of having to input each cell into the formula. Is there a way I can combine the 2 into a macro to accomodate for any length of cells?
Example, I have this list
12 13 14 15 16 17
As my list of numbers, and I need it to look like this in one cell: